Studies in Theoretical and Applied Linguistics
Edited By Robert Kiełtyka and Agnieszka Uberman
This volume presents a collection of interdisciplinary papers pertaining to the most thought-provoking problems in the areas of both theoretical and applied linguistics. The contributors focus on contemporary developments in morphological, semantic and pragmatic theorizing. The contributions are also devoted to various aspects of the methodology of teaching English as well as some intricacies of translation.
The Colour of Endurance: Figurative Semantics of Green (Agnieszka Uberman)
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The Colour of Endurance: Figurative Semantics of Green
Abstract: The colour green is universally associated with hope and life. It is interesting to verify whether the presence of the colour term in diverse linguistic expressions confirms such a common belief. The present discussion intends to analyse the semantics of the lexicon containing the colour term in question. It focuses on English phrases and expressions and aims to compare them with existing Polish equivalents in search of shared underlying concepts. The possible areas of diverse metaphorisation shall also be highlighted.
Keywords: colour terms, green, metaphorical meaning, endurance, life
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